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March 27, 1995 | Volume 82, Issue 12

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Michael Jordan Cover - Sports Illustrated March 27, 1995

March 27, 1995
T.J. WilliamsMARKHAM, ILL.T.J., a junior 145-pound wrestler at Mount Carmel High, beat Sean Lovelace of Lake Park High 17-6 to win his third state title. T.J. is 122-3 in his career. His brother...

March 27, 1995 | Edited by Alexander Wolff and Christian Stone
Making a Rainbow

March 27, 1995 | Edited by Alexander Wolff and Christian Stone
America³, the yacht with a hitherto all-female crew vying to be the America's Cup defender, has replaced its tactician with a man.

March 27, 1995 | Edited by Alexander Wolff and Christian Stone
Brian WilliamsDenver Nugget forward, on how the fractious atmosphere surrounding his team could be improved: "We all need to join hands and sing 'Kumbaya.' "

March 27, 1995 | Phil Taylor
Michael Jordan's return to the NBA was greeted like the Second Coming, even if his play at times was ragged

March 27, 1995 | Gerry Callahan
The Flyers are merely aiming for the playoffs but may be in the hunt for the Stanley Cup

March 27, 1995 | Jack McCallum

March 27, 1995 | Mark Mulvoy
Much as we strive to provide timely and incisive sports coverage in the pages of SI, some of our readers inevitably look to us for even more. Two new excursions into cyberspace are helping us meet...

March 27, 1995 | Leigh Montville
A U.S. team of unpracticed collegians didn't have a ball on the diamond in Argentina

March 27, 1995 | William Nack
Afternoon Deelites barely beat Timber Country in the San Felipe, raising hopes of a Derby duel

March 27, 1995 | S.L. Price

March 27, 1995 | Richard Hoffer

March 27, 1995 | Richard Hoffer
When Buster Douglas knocked out Mike Tyson on Feb. 2, 1990, to become the heavyweight champion of the sport's three major organizations—the World Boxing Association (WBA), the World Boxing Council...

March 27, 1995 | Rick Reilly

March 27, 1995 | Bruce Newman
The victory had been safely tucked away in overtime by the last of Mater Dei High forward Schea Cotton's 29 points, and now Schea, a 6'5" sophomore, moved silently through a red sea of admirers in...

March 27, 1995 | Rick Reilly
For U.S. skier AJ Kitt, finishing first in a World Cup downhill is not the same as winning it

March 27, 1995
Strawberry and Gooden have had more opportunities than anyone can imagine. How many second chances do they deserve?CHRIS BURCHETT, LOUISVILLE

March 27, 1995 | Alan Shipnuck

March 27, 1995 | Tim Rosaforte
Palmer's Pride

March 27, 1995 | Amy Nutt
Arizona State senior Wendy Ward is learning how to walk the LPGA walk—even if she is still an amateur. Last week she needed something to do during spring break, so with a sponsor's exemption to...

March 27, 1995 | John Garrity
By winning the Nestle Invitational, Loren Roberts proved his game, especially his putting, is shipshape

March 27, 1995 | Walter Bingham
Anyone can win at anytime, insisted tour manager Fred Corcoran, but in Greensboro, Byron Nelson begged to differ